New Crosby stock availability as part of distributor partnership
Fendercare Marine Australia establishing itself as a leading supplier to the offshore oil and gas industry.
Fendercare Marine Lifting and Testing Services is proud to announce the immediate availability of new Crosby lifting stock as part of its authorised distributor partnership.
With roots dating back to 1885, Crosby is a leading global provider of highly engineered solutions for lifting and rigging applications across the oil and gas, construction, mining and industrial sectors. Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Crosby has over 1,300 employees globally and is known for its iconic brands, including Crosby, McKissick, National and Lebus.
Based in Henderson, Fendercare Marine Australia’s Lifting, Rigging and Testing Services division provides a full range of lifting and safety equipment from world renowned brands including Crosby, Van Beest, DAESAN, Samson, Gunnebo, PWB Anchor, Kiswire and RUD to support the offshore oil and gas, renewable and commercial marine markets.
The Fendercare Marine Lifting and Testing Services division also incorporates a wire and synthetic rope supply and testing centre. Its wide range of facilities include a 600t and 300t wire rope swaging machine, full onsite NDT/MPI inspection and certification service and a 300t proof load testing machine. The Henderson base also recently received accreditation for several of its lifting services from the prestigious National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA).
Since its inception in 1988, Fendercare Marine has rapidly expanded to become one of the world’s foremost suppliers of marine products and services. In 2005, Fendercare Marine became a part of James Fisher and Sons plc, a leading provider of marine services with extensive experience in the marine and offshore industries worldwide.
In 2010, Fendercare Marine opened its first base in Australia and created its Lifting and Testing Services Division in 2013 to further support its position as one of Australia’s leading suppliers to the offshore oil and gas industry.